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    • At first, it felt counterintuitive that I shoot RAW if my primary distribution of photos is on screens that most likely display colors in sRGB. I thought JPEGs suffice, but it's interesting that in the edit you can pull out the nuances in color and distribute them across the limited sRGB spectrum.

      Is printing a second reason to shoot RAW? Can printers print more colors / dynamic range than my monitor can display?